Is your home making the right first impression?

Are  you confident at showcasing your home to entice potential buyers & are you maximising your property's saleability?

If you can answer NO to these questions then we  are here to  help you…

Presentation is the most important factor when selling your house.

Photographs are the first thing to attract attention in a world where most people tend to shop online.

Buyers form an opinion of your home within the first 8 seconds then spend the rest of the viewing backing up their first impression whether good or bad.

Small changes at little and no expense can make a huge difference.

You don’t get a second chance at a first impression.

If you take a look at the images below you can see how different this property looks with the correct staging,  grasping the attention of prospective buyers and encouraging those all important viewers over the door.

Stepping Inside

Clean the front door (give it a lick of paint if needed!) to make a great first impression.

Pack away shoes, coats and bags from the hallway to create a clear space.

Replace any lightbulbs to make sure your possible buyer steps into a beautifully lit home.

Living Room

Create a spacious, airy feel by opening all windows and moving furniture away from the walls.

Switch fires on and buy fresh flowers to set the right ambience.

Make sure distracting electrical equipment like TVs and stereos are switched off.


The comforting smell of fresh baking is a tried and tested way to entice would-be buyers.

Old or unpleasant cooking smells aren’t – so be wary of putting people off.

Clear the decks — clean, clutter-free work surfaces are a must.

Don’t forget the appliances too – sparkling kettles, toasters and microwaves will give your home an aspirational feel.

Get out the mop! A gleaming kitchen floor is a quick and easy way to make a big impression


For maximum kerb appeal make sure your driveway and path are clear, weed-free and inviting

Don’t forget the garage — eliminating clutter from this part of your home will really give househunters a clear idea of the space available

Mow the lawn and trim hedges, remembering to clear away garden play equipment

DIY time – mend any broken hedges, gates or walls and replace broken or damaged guttering

No garden? Put up hanging baskets for a welcoming, homely feel